Wednesday, September 4, 2019

Coffee and Friends v2.0

Since Stampendous' new Pumpkin Latte Cling set was still on my table, I decided to use it again to create a non-Autumnal shaker card!

Here it is!

Here's where I masked the pumpkin sleeve with a Post-It® Note and inked the stamp.

Supplies Used:
Stampendous Supplies Used:
Pumpkin Latte Cling set
Spring Borders Cutting Dies Set
Curio Coffee Friend Rubber Stamp
Build a Wreath Die Set
Memento™ Tuxedo Black Ink by Tsukineko®
VersaFine Clair™ Nocturne by Tsukineko®

Other Supplies Used:
Solar White Classic Crest® Cardstock by Neenah Papers
Red Cardstock by Bazzill Basics Paper®
Bittersweet 6x6 Patterned Paper Pad by Basic Grey
Copic® Markers: E53, E55, RV29, RV93, R59, R81, T0, T1
Scalloped Hearts Nestabilities® Die Set by Spellbinders®
Tim Holtz® Pumice Stone Distress® Ink by Ranger
With Love Doodles Paper Playground Sparkle Blends available at White Rose Crafts
Red Liner Tape by Scrapbook Adhesives® by 3L
3D Foam Adhesives by Scrapbook Adhesives® by 3L
Post-It Notes® by 3M
Clear Acetate reserved from packaging
Repositionable Scotch Tape® (blue package) by 3M

  1. Cut a piece of 8.5" x 11" red cardstock in half, score, and fold to create an A2 card. Set the card aside.
  2. Trim a Post-It Note to cover the pumpkin and pumpkin leaves on the stamp. Ink the stamp with Memento ink. See the photo above.
  3. Remove the Post-It note and stamp the image onto white cardstock. 
  4. Color with Copic markers, fussy-cut, and edge the image with black markers.
  5. Using repositionable tape, place the smallest scalloped heart onto the blank label. Run through die-cut machine. 
  6. Remove tape and die. 
  7. Flip the coffee cup over and place red-liner tape (or glue) around the aperture. Position a piece of trimmed acetate over the opening. Rub the acetate with an antistatic cloth.
  8. Place foam adhesive around the opening to form a little well.
  9. Add the sequins and other sparkly bits to the well.
  10. Remove the backing from the foam adhesive. Trim a piece of brown solid-ish paper from the same pad to be smaller than the coffee cup. Adhere over the aperture. Set aside your shaker.
  11. Trim and layer the patterned paper to form the card front as shown. Edge with Pumice Stone Distress ink.
  12. Die-cut the striped paper using one of the dies from the Spring Borders Cutting Die Set. Use foam dimensional to adhere it to the card front.
  13. Use Versa Fine Clair ink to stamp the Curio onto the remaining solid-ish brown paper from step 8. Let dry and color some of the dots with RV29 and R59 markers.
  14. Die-cut the sentiment using the circle from the Build A Wreath Die Set.
  15. Die-cut red cardstock using another die from the same die set.
  16. Adhere the sentiment circle die-cut onto the red cardstock.
  17. Adhere the shaker coffee cup and the sentiment onto the card front.
  18. Adhere the card front to the red A2 card.
Thanks for visiting today!


  1. What a great pumpkin coffee card - love a coffee shaker - TFS and Happy National Coffee Day!

  2. Great card! Now I *need* this stamp set!

  3. Lovely card and
    love the shaker
    Carla from Utah

  4. Cute card! Love the shaker part of the card!

  5. Love your pretty shaker card! The coffee cup is awesome!

  6. Thanks for the tutorial. It's a very nice shaker card. The nice papers highlight the nice stamp. [Bunny]

  7. This is so very yummy and pretty! And I love
    shakers a lot; my fave!! This is a beautiful
    new set. (USA)

  8. National coffee day is brilliant! Love the card!

  9. Love the layering.
    The background papers are
    happy. Fun shaker.
    thanks for sharing

  10. GORGEOUS CARD! Love that paisley background paper! Actually I love all of the patterned paper!

  11. It's beautiful...and even these colors look autumnal to me! What a lovely card. All the patterns and prints look so pretty together.
    Thank you for the chance to win!
    I live in the USA.
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com

  12. I love all the layers of papers on your coffee shaker card!!! Looks GREAT! thanks for sharing!